On the last hand before the break, we noticed that Kenny Tran was all in with against his opponents on a flop. The table was waiting for the ESPN cameras to set up, and that gave us time to talk to table mate Amit Makhija who told us about the hand. There was a raise from under the gun, and four callers, including Tran on the button. The small blind led out on the flop, and Tran shoved his last 15,000, getting a call from the small blind.
After about 45 seconds of waiting, the camera were rolling, and Tran was ready to see how his fate would turn out. Unfortuantely, it didn't go so well, as the completed his opponent's flush, and ended Tran's day. The completed the board, and Tran was sent to the rail, ending his day and tournament.